I contribute dozens of libraries to the JS ecosystem, some of them very widely used.
Samuel Reed

You touch on an important question here - once you’ve published OSS is it really yours to do with as you please? I would argue it’s not.

It’s ironic that the dev in question rejects npm because he ‘discovered' it is private property but asserts his own property rights in a manner that is detrimental to the public good.

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